We're proud to announce that Marloe Watch Company has become an official patron of the British Racing Drivers' Club.
The illustrious organisation not only gathers motorsport’s elite but harvests and supports young talent, something Marloe will be backing in becoming the official partner of the BRDC Young Driver Programme.
(from left to right: Callum Voisin, Jonny Edgar, Matthew Rees, Sebastian Priaulx, Adam Smalley, Zak O’Sullivan, Luke Browning)
The Club channels its responsibility as ‘guardians of British motorsport’ through the programme, running complementary SuperStars and Rising Stars schemes to assist the best British drivers achieve success in top level motorsport. Visiting national and international racing podiums on a regular basis, the Club has an eye for spotting the very best who have gone on to compete at top level – which Marloe will be passionately supporting with this partnership.
Taking inspiration from great British endeavour and with a focus on doing things as expertly as possible, we'll be building upon our prior motorsport ties, with the Campbell Family Heritage Trust and the National Motor Museum, through the patronship.
Based at Silverstone and chaired by racing royalty, David Coulthard, the Club is an exclusive invitation-only members club for 850 of those who have achieved success in the sport’s upper levels, with the likes of Lando Norris and Sir Lewis Hamilton MBE amongst its members.
We'll be attending a number of events at the Club’s home of Silverstone, including the British 2024 Grand Prix, and we'll also be enjoying some trackside sponsorship at the world-famous circuit, not to mention furnishing the Clubhouse with some custom Marloe clocks.
Mark Brown, Head of Sponsorship at the BRDC comments, “The British Racing Drivers' Club is proud to announce Marloe Watch Company as a new Patron. As a new and emerging British watch brand, producing mechanical timepieces, they are a perfect fit to partner the BRDC and add further value to their contribution to support the prosperity of British motor sport.”